Juventus 1, AC Milan 0: Gianluigi Buffon’s late goal is the first in Juventus history.
1 / 8 Getty Images 1 / 9 Getty Images The hosts were in control in the first half, thanks in part to a solid performance from Antonio Cassano.
The Italy international, who had only a handful of minutes in the match after sustaining an ankle injury on the first leg, had seven shots on goal and had the best of them.
Juventus didn’t have the same composure on the counter, with Alessio Cerci and Leonardo Bonucci both dropping back in the second half.
The hosts were fortunate not to concede a goal, though, as a second-half brace from Alessio Parolo gave them a 2-1 lead.
Buffon finished the match with an amazing volley, but it was his second of the night.
It was the first time in more than two months that he had scored a league goal in the Serie A. He was replaced by Davide Zamparini, who was substituted just before the hour mark.